Posts Categorized: Family Events

I Know San Diego Couples 1/2 Day City Tour & Lunch

  San Diego Publisher Barry Berndes was recently awarded a “Barry Berndes Day” by the San Diego City Council for his important contribution to the city of San Diego of sharing his knowledge of the city with 20 million visitors annually. San Diego city tours with sightseeing and lunch with local celebrity, and internationally acclaimed… Read more »

Arts District Liberty Station: A burgeoning hub for life and culture.

This cultural mecca within 361 waterfront acres of the former Naval Training Center San Diego (NTC) features historic Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, vast outdoor spaces, and plenty of parking.  Arts District Liberty Station, a burgeoning hub for life and culture in San Diego, is filled with nearly 120 galleries, museums, artist studios, nonprofit offices, creative… Read more »

San Diego Whale Watching Adventures

Join Scripps naturalists and Flagship Cruises & Events for our 14th season of whale watching as we venture out for twice-daily cruises to locate gray whales on their round-trip migration from their Alaska breeding grounds to Baja California. Search for seals, sea lions, dolphins, migrating birds, and more! Naturalists will showcase gray whale biofacts and… Read more »

Mission Trails Offers Bird-Watching Hikes, Class

Mission Trails Regional Park offers two ways to enjoy our feathers friends: • Join Trail Guide and Birder Jeanne Raimond for a free adventure in bird watching on the third Saturday of each month from 8-10 a.m. • Join Trail Guide and Birder Winona Sollock for a free 90-minute class to learn five simple techniques… Read more »

Farmers Insurance Open 2014

Golf professsionals descend upon Torrey Pines Golf Course for the annual Farmers Insurance Open, set for Jan. 23-26, 2014. The tournament hosts a world class field with past champions including Phil Mickelson and seven-time tournament champion and defending champion Tiger Woods. With Torrey Pines Golf Course as a backdrop, tournament guests can soak in the… Read more »

Winter Evening in Old Town State Historic Park

During the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, winter evenings are celebrated in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. Join carolers and other performers from dusk to 9 p.m. Sponsored by Fiesta de Reyes, free s’mores ‘round the bonfire are the highlight of the evening. Plenty of free parking is available all day… Read more »

Hornblower Cruises & Events Offers Exciting 3.5 Hour Whale & Dolphin Watches Cruises Off the Coast

$5 OFF COUPON FOR WHALE WATCHING! VALID FOR UP TO SIX ADULT BOOKINGS – CODE SD5D Don’t miss taking a whale and dolphin excursion out to see the migrating whales coming down the coast of California from Alaska. They are on their way to the warm waters of Mexico to mate and give birth to baby… Read more »

IMAX Films Play Almost Everyday at Reuben H. Fleet Science Center's Giant Dome Theater in Balboa Park

The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park shows IMAX films that are both awe-inspiring and educational almost everyday in their Eugene Heikoff and Marilyn Jacobs Heikoff Giant Dome Theater. Regular adult admission to each of the IMAX films is $17. Discounted admission is available for members of the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center,… Read more »

Wildlife Walks at Mission Trails Regional Park Near Mission Valley

  Mission Trails Regional Park (27) (619-668-3281) http://mtrp.org is truly one of the ten wonders of the world. It is in fact, larger than Mission Bay and Balboa Park combined. And at 5,800 acres, it is the largest open space urban park west of the Mississippi River. And the spectacular, panoramic view from their 4,000 sq…. Read more »